Alamos, Dr. Wilson was a senior statistician and operations research analyst with Cowboy Programming Resources (1995-1999), where she planned, executed, and analyzed U. S. Army air defense artillery operational evaluations. From 1990 to 1991, she was a mathematical statistician at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Wilson has served on numerous national panels, including the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Oversight Committee for the Workshop on Industrial Methods for the Effective Test and Development of Defense Systems (2008-2010), the Sandia National Laboratories’ Predictive Engineering Science Panel (2008-2013), the NAS Panel on Methodological Improvement to the Department of Homeland Security’s Biological Agent Risk Analysis (2006-2008), and the NAS Panel on the Operational Test Design and Evaluation of the Interim Armored Vehicle (2002-2003). She was on the organizing committee for the Department of Energy Office of Science Workshop on Mathematical Issues for Petascale Data Sets (2008), and an invited participant in the Chief of Naval Operations Distinguished Fellows Workshop on Critical Infrastructure Vulnerability (2008), the DOE/OS Workshop on Mathematical Research Challenges in Optimization of Complex Systems (2006), and the DOE Simulation and Modeling for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems Workshop (2006). In 2006, Dr. Wilson chaired the American Statistical Association President’s Task Force on Statistics in Defense and National Security.